Out & About – February 15, 2015

1: More than 500 fans visit the Mardel Christian and Education retail store in Oklahoma City as Kay, Al and Lisa Robertson from the “Duck Dynasty” television family sign autographs in support of “The Duck Commander Faith and Family Bible” (Thomas Nelson). Pictured from left to right: Oklahoma City Councilman James Greiner, Kay Robertson, Al Robertson and Lisa Robertson.

2: Grammy nominated rockers Fireflight put the finishing touches on INNOVA, it’s first new album in over three years slated to hit streets on May 5. Pictured in the studio are Glenn Drennen (guitars), Dawn Michele (vocals) and Anberlin’s Stephen Christian (center), who just may be featured on the album.

3: God’s Not Dead, the best-selling 2011 Inpop recording from Newsboys, is certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Pictured from left to right: Newsboys’ Duncan Phillips and Jody Davis; Dave Wagner, First Company Management; Newsboys’ Michael Tait and Jeff Frankenstein; Mark Lusk, president, Inpop Records; and Steve Campbell, First Company Management.

4 and 5: Just prior to the release of her new children’s album, Little Praise Party: Taste & See, singer/songwriter/worship leader Yancy performs for the Children’s Pastor Conference at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

6: Thousand Foot Krutch’s Trevor McNevan (left) meets Alice Cooper backstage prior to the band’s performance for Cooper’s annual Christmas Pudding at Phoenix’s Comerica Theatre (benefiting the hard rock legend and born again believer’s Solid Rock teen center: www.alicecoopersolidrock.com).

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